AGREE Sample Clauses

AGREE. Agree that all of the Borrower Documents remain in full force and effect, as expressly modified or altered by or in connection with this Agreement.
AGREE. An (unvalued) probe [uφ: ] may enter into Agree with a goal [ψ:ω] (value ω), only if
AGREE. 1. We grant you a non-exclusive licence to use the trade marks in relation to our Scheme in accordance with the TrustMark Brand Identity Guidelines, provided that such use is limited to the [Insert Trades] trade sectors and is subject to this Agreement. Your right to use the trade marks will continue until this Agreement is terminated in accordance with paragraph 4 below.
AGREE. Who will have the publication rights for the papers presented at the event? If applicable, please describe how royalties will be distributed. One copy of the meeting proceedings/abstracts will be furnished to each sponsoring organization for archival library purposes. Agree
AGREE to implement a two year Double Master’s Degree Programme in the field of health biotechnologies.
AGREE. To sign this agreement to facilitate the carrying out of curricular and extracurricular internships of students from the University of Extremadura at NAME OF INSTITUTION/COMPANY NAME and also to the following clauses CLAUSES The relationships between the student, the collaborating institution and UEX will be established and normalised in line with the corresponding regulation of external academic internships developed by the University of Extremadura. A training plan will be developed, with the objectives, competences and activities to be developed by the student in agreement with articles 6 and 7 from the RD 592/2014. The student-organisation collaborative relationship will not imply a higher commitment from the organisation tan that which is set out in this agreement and in the aforementioned Royal Decree, nor will any type of contractual relationship be expected. The curricular internships will be of the duration established by the verified statement of the degree programme, while the extracurricular ones, which are voluntary, should not take up more than 50% of the academic course, so that the student can combine the internship with the corresponding studies at the University. In order to choose either of these two internship paths, the students will have to be enrolled in one of the courses of the UEX or its associated centres, with preference given to those doing curricular internships if places are limited. According to mobility, through the specific national and international programmes, students from other universities that are carrying out studies at UEX will also be apply to benefit from this agreement. Students will not be able to maintain any contractual link to the business or institution where they undergo their internship. NAME OF INSTITUTION/COMPANY NAME will offer, yearly, according to its possibilities and in agreement with the corresponding centre of the University of Extremadura, a specific number of positions The University of Extremadura will propose a fixed number of students to carry out internships, from those which NAME OF INSTITUTION/COMPANY NAME will select those who, according to their judgement, appear favourable in terms of the characteristics of the department where they are to be integrated. With the aim to keep up to date, at all times, the register of student participants under this Agreement, NAME OF INSTITUTION/COMPANY NAME will inform the University of Extremadura of the enrolment or disenrollment of students...
AGREE. On the surface, an approach to complementizer agreement based on a syntactic Agree relation along the lines of (Chomsky 2000, 2001) seems intuitive, given that this is an agreement phenomenon.30 If Baker (2008) is on the right track, heads are capable of probing upwards to find a goal for Agree, which would at least in principle allow such an agreement relation where embedded C is the probe and the matrix subject is the goal. That being said, beyond the question of allowing an ‘upward’ agreement relation, there are additional issues for a standard Agree approach. First to be considered is the lack of intervention effects. As row (d) of (96) summarizes, complementizers agree with subjects even in the event that there is an intervening indirect object, or ‘causee’ in a causative verb. On most standard accounts of double object constructions and applicative constructions, the indirect object (i.e. applied object) is structurally higher than the second object, but structurally lower than the subject. For the sake of argument I present Pylkkannen’s (Pylkkänen 2002, 2008) analysis of high applicatives, that the head introducing the indirect object in examples like (108)b above lies below Voiceº and above VP.31